Morell, Daniel (b. 12 SEP 1892, d. 3 APR 1983)
Note: NOTE: [Adopted by SCHAFF/ROLL: orphan child of Jacob SCHAFF's sister, Anna.]
Emigration: Date: ABT. 1916
Place: (or 1913) Settled in the St. Anthony, Morton, ND area
Note: Other name spellings: GROSSMER
Note: Other name spellings: MEIR
Note: Other name spellings: POE
Note: NOTE: [possible parent: Liborius BLEILE]
Hella BRAUNER (in Germany? - wolfgangbrauner@@t-online.de) April 2002, writes:
In 1910, four siblings from my grandfather, Liborius Bleile, emigrated from Karlsruhe/Odessa, South Russia to North Dakota.The names of the sisters were Rosa, Berta and Katharina BLEILE. Katharina Bleile married Josef Loran.
Dianne HOPFAUF - dianne_hopfauf@@yahoo.com wrote on April, 2002:
My Catherine Bleile (1812-) was married to Peter Hopfauf. I do have the names of the children of Philip Loran and Catherine Bleile (from info from Phyllis Hertz Feser). They came to the US in 1888 first to Yankton, SD then to Richardton, ND. Not exactly sure where they fit into the big picture though, haven't gotten in that deep yet. Thomas Bleile, son of Jacob and Barbara Martin Bleile, also came to the US. He married Barbara Renner. They came the same year as Catherine and Philip and also came through Yankton and then on to Richardton, ND. I am also working on the Renners.
Emigration: Date: 1888
Place: With first husband, Philip LORAN and children to Yankton, SD, then to Richardton, ND
Note: Other name spellings: SIMINOUS
Emigration: Date: 1903
Place: to Morton Co., ND
Note: NOTE: [his death certificated lists his father as Andrew KOFFLER, and another source lists Peter KOFFLER as the father (maybe b. 1827)!]
Emigration: Date: 7 MAY 1899
Place: on the ship "Pretoria" to Dickinson, Stark, ND with wife and children: Peter, Anton, Anna and Joseph
Note: Other name spellings: DIAKLEIN, DEKELE
Note: NOTE: [CONFIRMATION NEEDED on ASSUMPTION: we think Carl's father is Friedrich "Friedricus" REICHERT II from Hilsbach/Sinsheim, Baden, Germany, but there is another Fredrich that lived in Rastadt from Annweiler/Bergzabern, Plafz, Germany.]
Emigration: Date: ABT. 1892
Place: South Russia to North Dakota with wife and family. Before 1914, returned to South Russia.
Note: The Conrad Keller book vol. 2, pg 104: Two step-children are listed: Christian DILSCHNEIDER b. abt 1824 and Barbara DILSCHNEIDER b. abt 1827. This is very confusing because these children are born during the same years as his other children!
Emigration: Date: 9 MAY 1809
Place: Leimersheim, Pfalz, Germany to Speier, Beresan, Cherson, South Russia
Note: NOTE: Adopted one child who died at an early age.
Note: Other name spellings: REISENAUER
Emigration: Date: 1899
Place: From South Russia to ND?
Note: NOTE: [another source listed her name as Marian SCHAFF]
Note: NOTE: Apolone is sister to Anamary Zent, wife of Rafael's brother, Joseph.
Note: NOTE: Annamary is a sister to Apolone Zent, wife of Joseph's brother, Rafael.
Note: NOTE: Fluent in 3 languages; with others, founded Solon School District, Hettinger Co., ND
Emigration: Date: 1892
Place: On April 21, 1902, established residence to homestead in Hettinger Co., ND, Township 135, Range 92, Section 12
Note: Other name spellings: SHAAL, SHAHL
Someone said she was also married to a MILLER
One of Ann's children had contracted an eye diseace while coming over to the United States on the ship in 1912. Upon arrival into the United States, each person is given a careful medical examination, and when the eye disease was detected, the child was not permitted to stay in the states. Ann's child was returned to the Siberian Russia area.
Emigration: Date: 22 MAY 1912
Place: (or August) from South Russia to Hirshville, Dunn, ND via NY on the ship "Zerr"
Emigration: Date: ABT. 1900
Place: from South Russia to ND
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